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digital expressions and analog meanderings on the nature of divinity.
these songs were carefully crafted in milkytracker and logic. no pre-made beats or loops have been used, and there is definitely no sampling [of/from other people's compositions]. the electronica was carefully sequenced and arranged by myself. there is also one track where i attempt to and eventually achieve sonic harmony between the higher strings on my epiphone thunderbird bass and the lower strings on my fender standard jazz bass. i will not reveal to you people which track that is, but will say that it is quite interesting. anyway, enjoy!
note: track three (idontfeeliknowD4FV4B) is substantially different from track one (idontfeeliknowD3PF). aside from the most obvious difference, which is the duration of each track (track one's duration is 1:10 while track three's is 3:12), the instrumentation and arrangement in each track differs as well. although the first 20 or so seconds of both tracks are almost identical, you will find that after those few seconds, the dissimilarities become quite apparent... essentially though, track one is the abridged skeleton of track three.
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Keywords: bass; harmony; logic; sequencer; tracker; beauty; malbronbert; norbinbop
Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States
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i wish people who download from archive left more feedback.